Kevin OBrien, 113 v England, Bangalore, 2011 Has there been a more triumphant moment for the Associate world? OBriens hundred was the ultimate up yours from crickets serfs to its overlords.OBrien has never been one for backward steps. He once received a dressing-down from Paul Grayson when he was still trying to make it, as an MCC Young Cricketer. Grayson was the opposition coach during a 2nd XI game, and thought OBrien was excessively chirpy during a match. Grayson cautioned that being a smart-arse when you are winning was well and good, so long as you can take it when things go against you.But sometimes it takes a bit of fire to create miracles, and there was proper enmity in this innings. Like when OBrien got into a slanging match with Matt Prior at the wicket, or when he congratulated James Anderson for managing a dot ball against him. Predictably that led to both abusing each other.There was no room for meekness, though. The result was every bit as luminous as his dyed purple hair.Mohammad Shahzad, 20 v Pakistan, Sharjah, 2012 The 15,000 fans came with bagpipes, tooting horns, waving flags and carrying pictures of former Afghan president Hamid Karzai. This was a festival for crickets newest arrivals, Afghanistan, and their first ODI against a Full Member. The fans comprehensively drowned out Pakistani supporters, who had until then regarded Sharjah as their turf.Their team lost, but at least their darling, Shahzad, gave them something to remember the day by. The rotund wicketkeepers stay was brief, but one shot encapsulated his mad, fearless method, and something of Afghanistans spirit.Saeed Ajmal had arrived fresh from taking 24 wickets in three Tests against England, the top-ranked side at the time. Neither did that impress Shahzad nor did it worry him: he reverse-swept Ajmal for six off the third ball he faced from him. It wasnt a controlled, well-practised lap over the rope either, but a maniacal kitchen-sink-and-all slog. It nearly ended up on the road outside the stadium.It remains YouTube gold, soundtracked by Ramiz Raja commentary: This is worth showing over and over again… Oh, deary me. A moustachioed Afghan in the crowd, with a beaming smile, gives it the thumbs up.Peter Borren, 31 v Ireland, Sylhet, 2014 Netherlands faced an impossible task to advance to the main rounds of the 2014 World T20. They needed to chase 190 in 14.2 overs to leapfrog Zimbabwe and Ireland to qualify. Clearly they stood no chance. We didnt have much to lose, Borren said later.It was so ridiculous, so inconceivable, that William Porterfield, the Irish captain, who is usually well briefed, did not know the equation until well into the Dutch onslaught. The excessive muscularity of the batting made him regret it.Borren promoted himself up to open. His 31 was far from the headline act of the chase. Stephan Myburghs 63 was more violent and decisive. Tom Coopers unbeaten 45 was more assured and clinical (and more relevant to the prevailing narrative, given his controversial, eve-of-tournament call-up at the expense of Tim Gruijters). But the intent shown by Borren set all that up. It showed he believed it could be done and it led the rest to believe it too; in other words, a most inspirational kind of captaincy.Binod Bhandari, 51 not out v Papua New Guinea, Sharjah, 2013 Cheering in the press box is a no-no. Sometimes, though, it happens unexpectedly and instinctively. Bhandari once prompted one such random paroxysm. It was the 30th match of the World T20 qualifier, at a neutral venue in the desert. I was there for a feature on two great hopes for the ICCs development programme.With his side struggling in the chase, Bhandari arrived to the rescue. At one stage, facing Willie Gavera, the PNG fast bowler, he crouched, poked his hands out in front of him, extended his bat outwards and scooped the ball inches over his forehead. He looked like a tortoise withdrawing into its shell.There was enough pace to propel the ball over the wicketkeepers head - and 30 yards over the boundary, smack into the wall behind the sightscreen. It was sublime skill, the type with which Associate players are rarely credited, and well worth celebrating.That was just one - albeit the most memorable - of six sixes in a blistering effort that ultimately took Nepal a step closer to the big time. Mohammed Naveed, 17 v South Africa, Wellington, 2015 Even Brendon McCullum was not quite as much fun to watch as Naveed at the 2015 World Cup.Naveed owes his technique with both bat and ball to tape-ball cricket, which he played on the streets of the quiet, coastal town of Fujairah before his friends coaxed him into trialling for UAE.The side was marmalised by India in Perth. Naveed didnt care. First ball he faced, with UAE 61 for 7, he slogged Ravindra Jadeja for six. In similarly dire circumstances against West Indies in Napier, he waited till the second ball to hit one.His most fulfilling effort, though, was against South Arica. Eric Hollies is said to have predicted his second-ball castling of Bradman in 1948. Six weeks ahead of the World Cup, in a goal-setting meeting with coach Aaqib Javed, Naveed forecast he would hit Dale Steyn for six at the World Cup. Aaqib loved his spirit - notwithstanding the fact Naveed was veering away from his primary job as pace spearhead. 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Defenceman Yannick Weber scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period and the Canucks breathed a sigh of relief with a 2-1 win on Saturday night. MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Jets receiver Brandon Marshall kept complaining all afternoon -- to the officials, to his quarterback, to Dolphins cornerback Byron Maxwell and to anyone who would listen after the game.Maxwell let the scoreboard do the talking.Miami beat New York 27-23 Sunday, in part because Maxwell held Marshall in check. The Jets star receiver totaled only 45 yards on six receptions , and said his matchup against Maxwell wasnt fair.I think I did an amazing job of keeping my emotions in check, a frustrated, dejected Marshall said. He was exactly who I thought he was. Hes a holder, hes a grabber. Thats not how you play football.Marshall said during the week that Maxwell held him on every play in a previous meeting. The feud was news to many, because while Marshall is a six-time Pro Bowl receiver, Maxwell is with his third NFL team and briefly lost his starting job earlier this year.The two had faced each other only once previously, but went one-on-one on almost every Jets snap Sunday. There was a shoving match after the first play, and Marshall often waved in arms after the whistle in protest. Once, he stood hollering at Maxwell from a distance of 10 yards after a pass was thrown in the other direction.What did Marshall say to Maxwell?Everything, everything. `Stop holding, stop holding. You get paid way too much money to play like that. He has to believe in himself, and he needs to practice. Thats what I was saying, Marshall said.What did Maxwell say to Marshall?`What you say dont matter. Lets go. Theres nothing going to change. Im going to be still here, Maxwell said. He was really blowing hot air.dddddddddddd Whatever.Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick said the constant jawing didnt throw Marshall off his game.Theres always gamesmanship involved, Fitzpatrick said. He knows what hes doing out there.Marshall did draw two pass interference penalties on Maxwell, one for 26 yards in the fourth quarter. Miami was called for one other interference penalty, and one for defensive holding.A lot of those calls put us in a very good position and moved us down the field, Marshall said. Their guys around him rallied, because he could have really hurt his team.Marshall was also upset about the lack of productivity by the Jets, who squandered numerous chances and were hurt by two Fitzpatrick interceptions. After a third-down incompletion by Fitzpatrick in the second quarter, Marshall gave his quarterback an earful .Thats just part of football and part of our relationship, Fitzpatrick said. The great thing about him is hes just a crazy competitor, and he wants the ball on every play.Marshall was targeted nine times in 54 plays and took a big share of the blame for the loss.Im so disappointed in the offensive performance, Marshall said. It falls on Fitz and me. The whole season falls on Fitz and me. Were the leaders on that side of the ball, and were not getting it done.---For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP-NFL---Follow Steven Wine on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Steve-Wine. His work can be found at http://bigstory.ap.org/content/steven-wine Cheap Jerseys China NFL Jerseys China NFL Jerseys Wholesale Discount Basketball Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Authentic Cheap Baseball Jerseys Free Shipping Cheapest College Jerseys Sale Cheap Football Jerseys China Nike NFL Jerseys Canada Wholesale NHL Jerseys From China MLB Jerseys Outlet Canada Wholesale NBA Jerseys Canada Store Cheap Soccer Jerseys China Cheap Authentic Jerseys Canada ' ' '